Villa Lasenby Liberty extends to circa 534 sqm over four levels. A then innovative design and architectural style inspired by nature and floral shapes, it was originally known in Italy as "Floreale" before taking the better known name of "Liberty" from a renowned shop of oriental rugs and objects of art in London. The villa develops over four levels with 23 rooms, besides the cellars on the lower ground floor. On the ground floor there are 8 rooms, including the hall, a large lounge, other living and study rooms, the kitchen and a bathroom. On the first floor there are 9 rooms, with bedrooms, study rooms, bathrooms and a large en-suite. The second floor hosts 6 rooms, whilst on the top floor is the large Liberty tower with a central room. Outside, there is a large outbuilding of circa 154 sqm and a garage. The property includes 1,784 sqm of courtyard and garden.